One day Wild Card looms for John & Suzyn all-time S--tlist: Two peeves enter, one peeve leaves

One day Wild Card looms for John & Suzyn all-time S--tlist: Two peeves enter, one peeve leaves

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Essay question for today

In 30 words or more, imagine Brian Cashman's speech to Hal and Hank as he revisits the pre-spring training decision to trade AJ Burnett. Utilize the concepts of irony and self-congratulation. Include the phrase "basket of fried chicken."

4 comments:

Kei the Private Citizen said...

I'm not much for writing dialogue, but it oughta end with him cutting off his pinky and sliding it across the desk to Hank.

Phil Achtk said...

come back kei. save us from mustang

MUSTANG said...

“Haters only hate things they can’t have and the people they can’t be. It’s just a little thing called jealousy.”

MUSTANG W. PEACE
The W is for WORLD
The PEACE is for ALL
The MUSTANG is for REAL

The Sayonara Kid said...

Stein Bros: Our credit good enough to buy you out?

Cash: Buy me out?

[Levine laughs nervously]

Stein Bros: Bartolo, Pineda, Meanwell . . . The Family wants to buy you out.

Cash: The Family wants to buy me out? No, I buy you out, you don't buy me out.

Stein Bros.: The success of your rotation hinges on a 39 year old legend returning from retirement, maybe we can do better.

Cash: You goddamn Indianans, you really make me laugh. I do you a favor and take Rafael in when you're having a bad time, and now you're gonna try and push me out!

Stein Bros: You took Rafael in because the Family bankrolled your roster, and the Pedro Feliciano debacle guaranteed room in the pen. Now we're talking business, let's talk business.

Cash: Yeah, let's talk business. First of all, you're all done. The Family don't even have that kind of money anymore. Gotta get under the cap, right? You're getting poor-mouthed around the league by Selig and the other Families.

Stein Bros: Is that why you dealt A.J for a bucket of warm chicken?

Fredo Garcia: Aw, now that, that was nothin'. Cash didn't mean nothin' by that. It's not his fault I can't make it out of the second inning.

Cash: I got a team to run. I gotta kick asses sometimes to make it run right. We had a little argument, AJ and me, so I had to straighten him out.

Stein Bros: You straightened our rotation out?

Cash: He was smacking pitching coaches two at a time! Catchers wouldn't even call games for him! What's the matter with you?

Stein Bros: We leave for New York tomorrow, think about a price.